The Cameroon division of the International Labour Office (ILO) has completed a youth-centred training on business creation in the agro-pastoral sector. Some 20 alumni of the Youth Agro-pastoral Entrepreneurship Promotion Program (Youth-AEP) received a 10-day training on how to find and develop their agro-pastoral enterprise ideas. ILO sees in this program an opportunity to better support youth entrepreneurs in giving life to their ideas, setting their business models and creating their business in the sector. The just-ended session was the third of its kind and brings the total number of trainees so far to 60. Implemented by the government of Cameroon via the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development, the Youth-AEP is supported by the International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD).